God can’t be measured

“Great is the Lord! He is most worthy of praise! No one can measure his greatness” (Psalm 145:3, NLT).

We learn early in science classes how everything must be measured, observed and duplicated before we can prove the truth of a theory or supposition. So when we get to the point of thinking for ourselves about God, we have already applied the good old scientific method to him and all things spiritual. No wonder so many turn away, not to mention all the disinformation, bad examples and hypocrisy seen in Christians.

God’s greatness can’t be measured—and neither can he. We can’t see, hear, touch, taste or smell and we certainly can’t measure or duplicate him in a lab. So how do we know he exists? Many books have been written, many arguments have been made and I don’t have time and space here except to say I’ve seen his greatness all around the earth and in the unfolding of my life. He is here, he is real and he is great.

Author: ttkach

Writer, cyclist, paper-crafter, mom, gardener.

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